Where to eat like a lo­cal

Grazia (UK) - - Play List - by Emily Dobbs & Alice Tate

EMILY SAYS: eat hop­pers and kottu roti at a street stall – hop­pers are a del­i­cacy, some­where be­tween a pan­cake and a crum­pet; roti is a flat­bread made with co­conut, and both are eaten with curry and sam­bals. One of the best ar­eas is along Matara Road, in Mirissa, on the way from Weligama to Yala Na­tional Park, with stalls get­ting busy from 5.30pm. ALICE SAYS:

Sri Lanka’s tea is worl­drenowned so head up into the hills to visit a work­ing plan­ta­tion. At the Dilmah plan­ta­tion – Sri Lanka’s first and only home-grown and man­aged tea brand – guests can ob­serve the jour­ney of tea from leaf to cup (es­tates.dilmahtea.com).

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